Help me choosing which Rollback Software pls

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  1. w00tm4n

    w00tm4n Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I'm looking for a rollback software that could allow me to do those things:

    - prepare a system;
    - something like freeze it;
    - I can do what I want even surfing on infecting website. If there are infections, these must remain even if I restart, they should disappear when I choose to switch back;
    - when I want switch back to the clean system.

    Until here DeepFreeze, ShadowUser, Rollback RX would be great, but I don't want that it switch back at restart. I wanna choose when switching back, not at the restart/shutdown.

    I tried FirstDefense too, it looked that when I boot to a snapshot and then I do modify , they are registered to the snapshot. So if I boot again from the snapshot modifies are still there.

    How could I do? Thanks :)
     
  2. ErikAlbert

    ErikAlbert Registered Member

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    That's because you don't know how FirstDefense-ISR works. RTFM or read the Leapfrog Forum at Wilders. :)
     
  3. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    U have to use FirstDefence freezed snapshot for that but at one time u can freeze only one snapshot. But ofcurse u will loose changes on reboot.
     
  4. ErikAlbert

    ErikAlbert Registered Member

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    Refreshing with a bootable rollback snapshot OR refreshing with an archived snapshot is also possible.
    After all a frozen snapshot = refreshing with an archived snapshot, but it happens automatically during reboot.
    Unfreeze + Freeze allows the user to keep the changes.
    A disabled Pre-boot screen doesn't remove the changes either.
     
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